Books & Chapters

Taylor, C. (2014). Our right to choose: Religious conservatives versus LGBTQ-inclusive schools. In Gerald Walton (Ed.),The Gay Agenda: Claiming Space, Identity, and Justice (pp. 309-326). New York: Peter Lang.

The “gay agenda” is a rhetorical strategy deployed by the religious right and other social conservatives to magnify fear and hostility of queers. Queers are accused, among other things, of strategizing to recruit children into sexually deviant lifestyles; dismantling family and marriage as cornerstones of civilization; and forcing the entertainment industry and court systems to […]

Prior J.C (2011) Tempestade de Estrogenio :historias de perimenopausa. Editora E-papers, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

ISBN 978-85-7650-266-1

Saewyc, EM. (2009). Sexual abuse: Medical and psychological perspectives. In R.A. Shweder, T.R. Bidell, A.C. Dailey, S.D. Dixon, P.J. Miller, & J. Modell (eds.), The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. pp 882-884.

The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion offers both parents and professionals access to the best scholarship from all areas of child studies in a remarkable one-volume reference. Bringing together contemporary research on children and childhood from pediatrics, child psychology, childhood studies, education, sociology, history, law, anthropology, and other related areas, The Child contains more than 500 […]

Phillips, J.C., & Saewyc, E.M. (2009). Chapter 11: HIV disease and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons. In J. Durham & F.R. Lashley (eds.), The Person with HIV/AIDS: Nursing Perspectives, (4th ed.), New York, NY: Springer Publishing. ISBN13# 9780826121370. Pp 365-404.

HIV/AIDS is no longer a certain death sentence. Patients fighting the chronic symptoms of HIV/AIDS are now living longer, fuller lives due to recent scientific and pharmaceutical breakthroughs. As a result, the new generation of caregivers must keep pace with cutting-edge, evidence-based practices to better serve patients who may live with HIV/AIDS for several decades. […]

Baxter, S; Prior J.C. (2009). The Estrogen Errors-Why Progesterone is Better for Women’s Health. Praeger/Greenwood Publishing Group/ ABC-Clio. Conn, USA.

ISBN-10: 0313353980 ISBN-13: 978-0313353987

Saewyc E.M. (2007). Chapter 2. Substance abuse among non-mainstream youth. In Substance Abuse in Canada: Youth In Focus. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.

While most adolescents do not have substance abuse problems, certain groups of youth are more likely than their peers to report heavy use, multi-drug use, social and economic problems due to use, and substance abuse or dependence disorders. Emerging research exploring the reasons for this higher risk suggests that some teens may be self-medicating to […]

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